Although Blue Coat has recently acknowledged the presence of their devices in Syria, this brief contributes to previous findings of devices in the country, documents additional devices in use in Syria, and identifies Blue Coat devices actively in use in Burma.
Citizen Lab's latest research publications.
The OpenNet Initiative (ONI) is pleased to announce the availability of our summarized global Internet filtering data as a downloadable CSV file under a Creative Commons license.
Citizen Lab Director Ron Deibert wrote an article in the recent G-20 Research Group publication, which discusses the impact of an increase in “cloud computing” on issues of policing, privacy and human rights.
In a research paper [pdf] published in the journal Review of Policy and Research, Citizen Lab Director Ron Deibert and Research Manager Masashi Crete-Nishihata discuss “the growing number of complex ethical and legal issues around cyberspace research, particularly in the area of security”.
The OpenNet Initiative (ONI) is pleased to release In the Name of God: Faith Based Internet Censorship in Majority Muslim Countries. This occasional paper analyzes the Internet censorship policies and practices of majority Muslim countries and finds that in many of these countries online information controls are primarily based on the Islamic faith and interpretations of its instructions
Today, no country is secure in the global sea of information. Preserving cyberspace requires a strategy to address the dark side of the Internet, write Ron Deibert and Rafal Rohozinski in today’s Globe and Mail newspaper.